Thursday, August 31, 2017
Just off the work bench and on the way to a new home.
A really nice combination of colors and textures, this transom has everything going for it.
It will make a splendid addition to any home.
I have listed the pattern on Etsy so if you would like me to custom make one for you just let me know.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
This is a nice variation on the classic Log Cabin design. A custom glue chip center bevel surrounded by clear bevels. Then into a bit of glue chip, a bit of EnglishMuffle blue, and of course, more glue chip.
Tuesday, June 27, 2017
All in Waterglass, except for the bevel of course. Amber and clear with a center bevel to set it off. It measures about 6" X 18" and is framed in strong zinc. Just the thing for a wedding, graduation, or birthday present. Yes, it is on my Etsy site for sale.
Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
A new small panel from over the weekend.
Not a lot of time with all the family events going on but just enough to get this finished.
The June glass class is full but there is still space available in the July 15th class.
You may sign up from the right sidebar of this blog.
Only $125.00 for the class with all materials included.
You will go home with a completed glass panel to hang in your window.
Friday, April 14, 2017
Start with a custom designed center bevel cluster. Then surround it with a beautiful blue English Muffle glass from the Wissmach Glass company in West Virginia. As a final touch wrap the entire panel in even more bevels. A dark patina, a strong zinc frame, three hooks so that you may hang it either vertically or horizontally, and 24" of hanging chain. This signed and dated panel measures out at about 12" x 17" and you should see the light come through it. A great addition to your home. Yes, I just had to put it on Etsy.
Sunday, April 2, 2017
On the way out of the door, this very nice 10"x 15" bevel panel will be a great piece hanging in the new owner's window. Color will spread all over the walls when the sun comes through this panel. I just love what the bevels do in the light.